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Weekly Drool Recipe: Skeleton Bone Dog Treat Recipe via Irresistible Pets

 

It’s no secret that dogs love bones. But around Halloween, bones take on a whole new meaning! Best Bully Sticks is happy to share a not-so-spooky, yet “bone-chilling” fun dog treat recipe from our friends Aimee & Chuy at Irresistible Pets! Check out the Skeleton Bone Dog Treat recipe below! OooOoooOooo!

 

Ingredients

For the Bones

– 2 ½ cups non-bleached flour

– 1 Egg

– 1 cup of water

– 1 chicken bouillon

For the Icing

– 1 cup non-fat plain yogurt

– 1/2 cup water

 Time Required: One 1/2 hours plus freeze time.

Allow 20 minutes for prep plus 30 minutes for baking and 30 minutes to cool

Allow 10 minutes for icing + freeze time

If your dog loves seasonal treats like pumpkin and sweet potato,

check out Best Bully Sticks’ entire line of Veggie Dog Treats to please your pup!

 Directions

For Directions, visit Irresistible Pets’ Skeleton Bone Dog Treat Recipe!

A huge Thank You to Aimee and Chuy at Irresistible Pets for letting us share this spooooky good dog treat recipe!

Bone Appétit & Enjoy!

New Elk Antler Dog Chews at Best Bully Sticks!

There are probably a lot of things you and your dog can agree on—how naps are great or taking a long walk is a perfect way to spend an afternoon. Best Bully Sticks also thinks you can also agree there’s hardly anything better than a good fillet of something tasty. We’ve got a new fillet just for your dog that both of you will love—Elk Antler Fillets!

Elk Antler Fillets are a cross-section of a hearty all-natural USA elk antler that exposes the tasty marrow on both sides! And Best Bully Sticks carries 5 different sizes, ranging from small to giant so you can find the perfect match for you dog. These highly durable, American dog chews will not only last a long time in your home, but your dog will get lasting health benefits as long as the elk antler is around.

Rich in iron, zinc, phosphorus and calcium, Elk Antlers are packed with great nutrients. And, they’ll clean your dog’s teeth as chewing scrapes away icky tartar and plaque. You’ll never have to worry about anything artificial in our Elk Antlers—we simply collect naturally shed antlers in the wild, wash with water and cut to perfect sizes for your dog to enjoy!

Check out all of our Elk Antler Fillets and full line of all-natural American Elk Antler dog chews today! 

Weekly Drool Recipe: Boo Berry Bats Dog Treat Recipe

Updated 10/8/14

Nothing spooky about these dog treats! Best Bully Sticks brings you a tasty and healthy treat for Fido to celebrate HOWL-O-Ween from Doggy Dessert Chef. These Boo Berry Bats give the tasty flavor and health benefits of blueberries with the festive holiday theme! Enjoy this easy dog treat recipe and the Halloween season!

Ingredients

Bats

  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup Blueberries
  • 2 tablespoons powdered Milk
  • 2 cups Wheat Flour

Icing

  • 2 cups Cream Cheese
  • 1/2 cup Blueberries
  • 2 tablespoons Honey read more…

Weekly Drool Recipe: Sweet Potato Nothings Dog Treat

Sweet Potatoes are a fantastic source for vitamins and minerals that your dog can benefit from! They are also rich in antioxidants, great for an upset stomach and are an anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory food! And Best Bully Sticks knows that dogs LOVE sweet potato! We’re happy to feature Pawsh Magazine’s Sweet Potato Nothings dog treat recipe just in time for the fall season. With only 3 ingredients your dog can still enjoy all the benefits of raw sweet potato! Full recipe below.

Ingredients

  • 1 medium sweet potato
  • 1/4 cup whole wheat all-purpose flour
  • 1/4 cup water (adjust measurement according to size of potato used)
  • Mini-cupcake pan and mini-cupcake liners

 

 

Directions

1.  Wash, peel and dice sweet potato; although you can leave the skins on if desired.

2.  Steam sweet potato until it is nice and soft, even a little mushy.

3.  Mash sweet potato in a bowl with a fork.

4.  Mix in flour and water at the same time to achieve a thick paste.

 5.  Scoop mixture into mini-cupcake skirts and bake for 40 minutes at 350 until crisp and golden.

6.  Allow to cool then treat your pup!

 

Enjoy & Bone Appétit!

Thanks to Pawsh Magazine for sharing the Sweet Potato Nothings dog treat recipe and photos! Check out more tasty treats for your pooch in our Weekly Drool Recipe category! Think of it as your own personal dog-treat recipe box.

For an everyday healthy and natural treat, you can also give your dog our Yummy Yam Dog Chews!

 

 

 

 

Weekly Drool Recipe: Healthy Protein-Packed Dog Pizza Treats via Aleksandra Ninova

At Best Bully Sticks we have some pretty amazing customers—who care about their dogs through and through. From tip of the nose to tip of the tail, our customer will go great lengths to get their dog the best and healthiest options for a full and happy canine life. Aleksandra Ninova is no different. She even took some of our safe and healthy treats and made her protein-packed dog treats! We thought we’d share her story and recipe with you so you can recreate this healthy and tasty treat for your pup!

As a new doggie mom, I want the best for my little boy Bruno. I spend a bunch of time researching the best dog food, best feeding techniques (such as rotational feeding – switching food brands every few months), as well as healthiest, natural dog treats. I also love cooking, so I decided to cook up some treats for my little guy. When researching recipes, I saw that just about all (basically all) of them have a lot of flour as an ingredient. Granted, the flour is usually whole wheat, or brown rice, but I was determined to find a way to minimize the amount of flour and starch in my dog treats as dogs do not NEED too much of it (if any at all). So thus I looked around my supplies to see what I could substitute flour for. read more…

Rescue Spotlight: STAR Foundation

When you love a dog, you usually have respect for all living creatures. The same is true for one wildlife rescue in New York. Today we have the chance of sharing the story of STAR Foundation with you! What started out as a service for missing domestic pets, soon became the spark of change for rescue and rehab of wildlife. Read more about STAR below through the words of Lori Ketcham, Director.

When & Why did you start?

We started about 20 years ago.  One of the founders was retiring from a career as a dog groomer, and the first project of the organization was Pet Line lost and found service.  The goal was to provide a network that would help pet owners locate their missing pets, finders get the pets back to their rightful owners, and the unclaimed pets into new, safe homes.  We also offered pet tags that included a 24 hour service that would get pets home safely if lost anywhere in the United States.  The fees from this service were used to rescue pets who were injured and who would not stand a chance of being adopted unless they received vet care and rehab first.

The founders also were licensed wildlife rehabilitators, and as this became known, the wildlife started to far number the domestic animals.  Wildlife rehab and rescue quickly overtook the organization as the primary mission.  We now care for 100’s of wild animals annually, and have many permanent resident wild and exotic animals who help us with our educational programs, and act as foster parents for the orphans who come to STAR to be raised and released back to the wild. read more…

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